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Happy Valentines Day And Contest Winners



Happy Valentines Day from Camilla, Tasha (eStore & e-Mail Llama extraordinaire), Tanpopo and Kuro! Love is in the air, and Kuro has been wooed all week. All of the entries were excellent, and it was a tough decision.


Contest Winners


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Congrats to our winners across Social Media platforms! Your thoughts about love could bring a crimson tint to any little demon’s face. Drop us a line at info@camilladerrico.com with your shipping address to claim your prize. These Kuro and Specters are going to new homes, but more are up for adoption on The Camilla Store Here.

Stan Lee’s Octothrone Comikaze Print Goes Live!

The response to Camilla’s pinup for Comikaze has been overwhelming! Stan Lee’s Octothrone, featuring Stan the Man perched atop his Marvel Mountain of toys, will be featured at Comikaze convention in 3 printed versions;

Black & White

,Colour Chart, and Coloured.

The original inked drawing for Stan Lee's Octothrone
Stan Lee’s Octothrone Black & White version


This handy colour chart shows the different characters and corresponding colours
Stan Lee’s Octothrone Colour Chart version


Stan Lee's Octothrone in full coloured glory - it must have taken forever!
Stan Lee’s Octothrone fully coloured


 How to Order?


Camilla will hold some of her Stan Lee Octothrone prints for international fans. These can be found on the eStore now( http://store.camilladerrico.com/prints.html )

 Ordered prints will ship when the eStore shipping team receives them from Comikaze (approx Sept 24). Earlier pre-orders receive prints before they run out.


If you have any questions, or are interested in commissioning your own drawing or sketch for your collection, give us a shout at info@camilladerrico.com

Dark Horse Announces Camilla d’Errico ‘No Ordinary Love’ Limited-Edition Bust

One of the brightest stars of pop-surrealism, Camilla d’Errico is known as an artist, designer and graphic storyteller. Now, she is set to debut perhaps her most collectible item yet, as Dark Horse is very proud to bring forward her first deluxe sculptural piece, an intensely-detailed bust based upon her painting “No Ordinary Love”.

“’No Ordinary Love’ is a piece that is very dear to me,” Camilla d’Errico reflected, “ its the visual interpretation and expression of my feelings for my ‘one and only’, so you can imagine how exciting this is that this particular piece was chosen!”

Slated for a late June release, the meticulously-painted sculpture measures approximately 8” tall and 5” in width, making it a diminutive but exquisite jewel of a statuette, packaged in full-color collector box with a Certificate of Authenticity.

The beautiful sculpture is set to make its public debut at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City for Toy Fair 2012. Upon release, this piece will be strictly limited to only 950 numbered copies for worldwide distribution, and is sure to sell out.

“Translating Camilla’s work into three-dimensions was a challenge,” Dark Horse’s David Scroggy observed, “but with a lot of help from Camilla and the skilled artisans at Gentle Giant Studios, we were able to arrive at a piece that is unmistakably d’Errico, with all the subtle nuance and details of sculpture and paint application that her audience would expect.”

Camilla d’Errico supervised every aspect of the sculpting and paint application as the piece took shape, providing additional reference, commentary and color notes throughout the prototyping process.

The painting “No Ordinary Love” was included in the Dark Horse published art book of d’Errico’s work, Femina and Fauna, which has gone into multiple printings, being found in a diverse array of retail venues around the world.

Be sure to keep up-to-date with all of Camilla’s projects by following her on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.



Customized Frank Kozik Happy Labbit for Stan Sakai Exhibit

If you didn’t know, it’s the Year of the Rabbit! And to help celebrate this special year the Japanese American National Museum is hosting a huge exhibit for Stan Sakai’s ‘Usagi Yojimbo’ – one of the most well-respected comic book titles of all time, and a huge influence on Japanese American culture.

Check out photos of the exhibit at JANM, some of which come from GoGreenMachine.org, an awesome blog dedicated to ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ and all the news that surround the brand:


A wall that greets guests in the exhibit based on the famous Rabbit Ronin.


Like ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,’ Stan Sakai’s ‘Usagi Yojimbo’ was part of the so called “Black & White” comic revolution in American during the 1980s that helped spawn more creator-owned rights.


Even the famous Marvel Comics editor Stan Lee contributed to the exhibit!

By now you’re probably thinking, “That’s cool, but what does that have to do with Camilla?!” Well, the museum has partnered with Kid Robot for an auction of originally customized Frank Kozik Happy Labbits, and Camilla is one of the contributing artists! Proceeds will go to help fund JANM, which is a great place to see amazing art.

The first image below is of a Labbit by Stan Sakai himself! The rest, by Camilla, are photos of a character called “Radioactive Puffin Juice.” Hope you like them!





(Click on any of Camilla’s photos to see super-giant-so-huge-you-can-literally-see-the-brush-strokes size pictures.)

What’s Blue and Glows in the Dark?

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The Glow in the Dark, Blue (Blueberry) Kuro!

We can finally give you more details about the vinyl that we’ve all been patiently waiting for! And this is one of the special variants that will be released over time.  The prototype was unveiled at NYCCC 2010 back in October and the official release of the Kuro vinyls will be at the 2011 San Diego Comic Con.  Watch for Kuro regular version, DIY and this Comic Con Exclusive “glowing blueberry”!

Wondercon On My Way!

Wondercon in San Francisco starts Friday April 1st and I will be there in person to man the d’Errico Studios booth, meet fans, and sign my life away!

For the first time, I will have a BOOTH in the DEALER’S ROOM. I am not in artist alley! I will be in HALL B.  My booth number is 721.


And oh do I have some awesome new stuff for you – Wondercon!!! Art books, new prints, art blocks, new comics, and new clothing. I’m also debuting my new booth displays ^__^.

I’m looking forward to being back in San Francisco, to going out with friends, art openings, and spending a few extra days in town, winding down and catching up with everyone.

See you in San Francisco!